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67 (2012)
Nyt fransk [New from France]

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Editorial
Mads Anders Baggesgaard
Mod en ny fransk litteratur.
Problemer og tendenser
Towards a new French literature.
Problems and tendencies
Hans Peter Lund
"Jeg har jo oplevet det hele".
"Postrealisme" i franske romaner efter Claude Simon
"I have seen it all".
"Postrealism" in French Novels after Claude Simon
Louise Højgaard Marcussen
Tendenser i nutidig fransk poesi.
Litteralisme og litterær dj'ing som postpoetiske strategier
Trends in contemporary French poetry.
Literalism and literary dj’ing as post-poetic strategies
Sébastien Doubinsky
En ny avantgarde?
Nye stemmer, nye udgivelser, nye teknologier
A new avant-garde?
New voices, new publishing houses and new technologies on the French literary scene
Lisbeth Verstraete Hansen
Kategoriernes kamp.
Debatten om en verdenslitteratur på fransk
The battle of categories.
The debate about a world literature in French
Steen Bille Jørgensen
Soucis de la littérature.
Opmærksom læsning, med og uden teori
Soucis de la littérature.
Attentive reading, with and without theory
Christian Prigent
Overgearet toning
Unbridled fading
Steen Bille Jørgensen
Mindeord om Cécile Black (1976-2012)
Tribute to Cécile Black (1976-2012)

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